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Example 1. Find the exact value of FP2 Calculus 1 Inverse Trig functions
Example 2. Express in the form FP2 Calculus 1 Inverse Trig functions Where a and b are positive constants. Hence find the exact value of
Example 3. Express in partial fractions. FP2 Calculus 1 Inverse Trig functions Long division: Partial fractions:
Example 4. Given that, show that FP2 Calculus 1 Inverse Trig functions Hence or otherwise, evaluate Use product rule
Example 5. Given that, derive the result FP2 Calculus 1 Inverse Trig functions Hence express Given that x and y satisfy the equation Prove that, when x = 1,
When x = 1 Differentiate Sub x and y:
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